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... so we wondered how she'd take it. Turns out she quite likes them, yelling 'bang' and pointing at them and sometimes saying 'pretty' or 'mooi' or 'stars.' They weren't too loud (family friendly I guess) and she didn't appear frightened. The fireworks were lovely.
Then it was a bit of a debate whether we'd stick around for the 12.00 o'clock fireworks or go back to camp. The parking garage we were in actually provided excellent views over ...
... a group of windswept, wave battered sandstone sea stacks along the coast. While very lovely in their own right, there aren’t 12 of them, get your **** together Australia. After taking in all 9-10 of them, we headed to Warrnambool where the main attraction was trying to work out how to say Warrnambool. The sat nav lady definitely didn’t know.
1 Echidna 1 Swamp Ara…… (some funny rodent thing)
Spent a very ...
... get that done. Then I remembered I'd said I was going to finish my tax return. Things started to go downhill fast. It wasn't pretty. I'm so grateful to have a son who's able to give me a big hug when I'm not coping. He looked worried about me and not for the first time I felt terrible about leaving him. The clock kept ticking, I started to weight packed bags and realised I had too much stuff. So the unpacking, shuffling and ...
You may have noticed the big white bunny outside the Henry Jones Art Hotel. I have a great view of it from my room and it is somewhat of a landmark in this section of town. So what's it all about? It is a Dark Mofo exhibit by Amanda Parer, titled Intrude. According to Amanda it is a statement on animal's effect on the environment. Rabbits arrived in Australia in 1788. Because the procreate ...
... wands and pantyhose flying everywhere we were all ready within an hour.
Once we were all dolled up we drove over to the ceremony venue, the bride's parents backyard.
After almost walking into the wrong house (thanks Ben!) we were seated in the gazebo awaiting the ceremony to begin.
It was a beautiful ceremony finished off by a night full of fun, laughter and hours of dancing.